By Grant Stoddard We know what to do before sex. And we know what to do during sex. In fact, according to women and sex experts that we spoke with, most men overlook practicalities, opportunities for connection, and unmet…needs. Resist the urge to pass out after your orgasm and incorporate it into your sex life. Sex can be a messy business. It gets a bad rap, but the pull out method is pretty effective. For every women who use the pull out method perfectly, 4 will get pregnant.
A component of being perfect is peeing between rounds that which will flush out left over sperm that hangs out in the urethra and lessen—though not eliminate—your chances of conceiving. No, showering after sex is unlikely to lessen your chances of contracting an STI. What it probably will do, however, is make for a enjoyable shared experience, a way to come down after your high and feel refreshed before hitting the hay or doing something else with your day.
Sex toys can be awesome and can take the pleasure you and your partner share to a whole new level. A flesh light, for instance, only requires a water rinse, whereas butt plugs may need to be boiled. Soap and water may suffice for some products while others come with specific cleaning fluid. This will pay dividends in goodwill.
Ever noticed that food tastes better after you work out? For many people this is doubly true for sex. A keener appetite is just one reason to pig out after sex, as opposed to before. Feeling heavy, bloated, and possibly gassy after a heavy meal is the antithesis of sexy. Exert some calories, then refuel! Did your partner have an orgasm during your session? Would she like another? This will relax her and reduce anticipatory anxiety.
A common complaint among women that we spoke with is that many men will roll over after sex and not want to cuddle.
Cuddling can be a part of connecting with your partner emotionally after sex but there are plenty of other things you can do to keep the good vibes rolling long after the main event has come to an end. Staying connected makes her feel safe and secure. Tell her that you want and expect her honesty and you want it so that you can keep improving the sex you have together. With that in mind, put your big boy pants on and get ready to absorb the unvarnished truth without getting defensive. Even if she tells you something that stings a little, focus on the prospect of a happier partner and an improved sex life.
Well, after sex is the time. People are more accepting to feedback in the right environment. One way of improving the sex you and your partner have is boosting their confidence. Studies have shown that women with high self esteem tend to enjoy more sexual satisfaction. For more amazing advice for living smarter, looking better, feeling younger, and playing harder, follow us on Facebook now!